Tully growers could lose millions

Updated December 17 2015 - 6:17pm, first published November 26 2013 - 4:00am
CANEGROWERS says that unless the Tully Sugar mill honours the written commitments made by new owner COFCO when the mill was purchased, local cane growers will be forced to absorb some $3.25 million in lost revenue. Meanwhile, the mill stands to gain by some $4.95 million.
CANEGROWERS says that unless the Tully Sugar mill honours the written commitments made by new owner COFCO when the mill was purchased, local cane growers will be forced to absorb some $3.25 million in lost revenue. Meanwhile, the mill stands to gain by some $4.95 million.

TULLY cane growers are hammering their local mill to honour commitments made by new owner, COFCO, when the mill was purchased. If those committments are not honoured it will cost local growers millions of dollars in lost revenue every year.

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